WINCHESTER'S famous annual bonfire and firework display will welcome a street food festival for the second year running. 

Alongside the pyrotechnics, revellers can feast on an array of locally sourced grub thanks to the I AM Group.

In an Instagram post, group owner Ashleigh Mutimear-MacMillan, said: “I AM Street Food is back for the second year running and bringing Winchester a bigger and better Street Food Festival for 2023!

“Not only will your ticket get you into the biggest and most exciting bonfire and fireworks event on the south coast but, your ticket also gives you free access to our Street Food Festival.

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“Bigger and better than last year, we have invited 20+ street food traders to cater to all your foodie needs plus we are open from 3pm.

“We can’t promise there to be no rain, but we can promise you a sizzling night of fun and flavour.”

The festival includes a fully stocked bar from The Three Cockerels; hog roast from Hogget and Boar; coffee from Baker and White; sweet treats from Dinky Donuts; artisan pizza from Arty-Stan Pizza; burgers, hotdogs and chip from Gourmet Kitchen; desserts from the Mobile Dessert Bar; and curries, noodles and cocktails from Island Box and Rum Hut.

The event, organised by Winchester Round Table, will be held on Saturday, November 4 at North Walls Recreation Ground.

The traditional High Street torchlit procession from 6pm going via Jewry Street and North Walls, before the lighting of the bonfire and fireworks later in the evening.

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